Farm Maid Soap's Kathy Johnson Makes Soap on ABC Dallas

FarmMaidSoap.com’s Kathy Johnson, right, and ABC’s Good Morning Texas host Jane McGarry demonstrated how to make natural soap that avoids harsh chemicals found in store brands.

FarmMaidSoap.com offers goat milk soaps that help protect, nurture and moisturize skin with natural glycerin, vitamin A and selenium.

Kathy Johnson grew a hobby into thriving FarmMaidSoap.com, helped by husband Jay and their 7 children in age-appropriate ways.

Mom of 7 shows Good Morning Texas viewers how to make natural soap at home

FarmMaidSoap.com makes more than 80 choices of nutrient-rich goat milk soap to benefit all skin types, including for dry and sensitive skin and for people with conditions such as eczema or psoriasis.”

— Kathy Johnson, Founder of Farm Maid Soap

DALLAS, TX, -, January 17, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Good Morning Texas, the hit morning Dallas-Fort Worth talk show, hosted founder of FarmMaidSoap.com founder and skincare expert Kathy Johnson, who showed viewers how to make natural goat milk soap at home just the way she began 15 years ago making soap that then led to her creating her company that today offers 72 choices of natural goat milk soaps to customers across the USA and abroad.

On ABC’s WFAA-TV top-ranked show with the help of Emmy-winning anchor, reporter and Good Morning Texas host Jane McGarry, she showed how to make soap in easy steps. They discussed how Kathy, a mom of 7 home-schooled children, turned a hobby into a nationally recognized business offering natural soaps for all skin types.

Jane asked Kathy why she makes soap with goat’s milk, and she told the show host that, “A lot of the soaps in grocery stores are full of chemicals and terrible for your skin. We want to use a more natural soap and goat’s milk provides nutrients and moisturizing and skin exfoliating properties that are way better for skin.”

Kathy said, “FarmMaidSoap.com makes more than 80 choices of nutrient-rich goat milk soap to benefit all skin types, including for dry and sensitive skin and for people with conditions such as eczema or psoriasis. Our soap contains glycerin that store-bought chemical-laden brands typically skim out of their soaps to sell in higher priced skin creams. Farm Maid Soap also contain goat milk’s natural vitamin A, selenium and alpha hydroxyl acids that nourish skin.”

Kathy said, “In addition to goat milk soap, Farm Maid Soap also offers a whole natural soap line and essential oil blends, muscle rubs, an acne treatment pack and an entire line-up of natural skincare products that are great for skin.”

To receive a copy of Kathy’s soap making recipe, email her at FarmMaid@FarmMaidSoap.com. Kathy’s appearance reflects what The New York Times called a growing trend in America as people increasingly try natural soap alternatives to avoid chemical-laden commercial soap brands.

The entrepreneurial Mom of 7 is helped in business by husband Jay and her kids in age-appropriate ways on their Corbett, Oregon farm, which you can effectively visit online at www.FarmMaid.com, which offers America’s widest array of more than 80 goat milk soaps at affordable prices for all skin types and preferences. Other of her products include Acne Skin-So-Clear goat milk soap, toner, treatment and lotion, Arnica Muscle Rub, goat’s milk lotion, soy candles and more, all online at FarmMaidSoap.com and Facebook. Media Contact BD@DobsonPR.com.

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Good Morning Texas hosts Kathy Johnson of FarmMaidSoap.com


Source: EIN Presswire